I’ve been keeping a big secret from everyone over the last few months and now I’m finally ready to unveil what I’ve been working on all this time. I’ve been studying how premed students succeed (and fail) by talking to thousands of students, premed students, teachers, admission officers, medical students, doctors and education experts to put together a system that is going to completely change the way you see premed. The product is in my opinion amazing and we will be announcing the price really soon. In the meantime you can check out the product and get a free premed course component here.
I’ve been working on this project for 6 months and I’m sure you won’t be disappointed as we’re going to have a ton of free tips, tricks and content, even if you don’t want a copy of the paid program you can still try out the intro program absolutely free. As an example, here is a free snippet of what you’ll get for free when you check out the free program.
The top three ways premeds sabotage themselves
I’ve been a tutor, teaching assistant and lecturer for a combined 5 years and I’ve learned quite a lot about how students succeed and fail. I’ve been throwing together a great program and talking to a ton of premed students. I’ve come to three big realizations when it comes to self sabotage in premed so here they are.
Premed’s working alone.
One thing I’ve found with premeds which is almost completely unique to their degree is the degree of competition between students. I’ve heard stories of students hiding library readings from other students, students refusing to help out a friend if they’re having trouble and even students purposefully being fed bad information so they fail! This has produced an environment of mistrust which I’ve only seen in law school. It’s a real shame as I feel like when I help others, I also help myself.
I came to the conclusion that premed students didn’t necessarily want to treat their friends horrible but were compelled because that’s how everyone else was doing it and they couldn’t trust anyone. To solve this problem I decided to produce a great community within the new premed program where you’d be able to get direct help from not just high end graduate student tutors and medical students but actual students who are taking the classes you are taking right now! You never have to feel nervous or unsure about sharing information because you’re not competing against these students and you’ll now no longer be alone.
Premed’s studying too much
Premed’s study WAAAAY too much. This is again a real shame as they should be enjoying university life but spend most of their time enjoying their university dorm room. The secret that most premed students never realize is that most of the studying they do is unneeded because of one simple realization.
STUDYING WON’T GET YOU ANYWHERE!
If you are studying, you need to stop, like right now! My good buddy Scott Young has this famous saying that encapsulates the general philosophy behind what I’m trying to say here. He tells everyone to “Learn More and Study Less”. I actually sat down with him and asked him about his learning philosophy which I’ve integrated into our new premed program and you can see it right now for free when you sign up.
Premeds never simplify anything!
The biggest way premed students seem to sabotage themselves is through lack of simplification. I recently taught a collection of medical students on the finer points of efficient study methods. I got a question from a student in the back that absolutely floored me. He asked me “What do you exactly mean by simplifying my learning philosophy? Why do I have to simplify anything?”
This question blew me away, not because I couldn’t answer it, but because I thought most students would have a basic idea of study methodologies, especially those in graduate school.
If you’d like to check out the program I’d highly suggest you take a look now before it’s taken down. I have 3+ hours of video and audio content specifically for premed students that are being giving away for free; just visit premedtutors.com and sign up for the free course.